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We're proud to unveil the new website for Stonewall, the leading charity for lesbian, gay, bi and trans equality.

Stonewall appointed us to design and build the website following a competitive pitch at the end of 2014, the new website also reveals a fresh new look for the 26-year-old charity.

New features include clearer designs and easier search functions, a new information structure to enable better more intuitive navigation and a responsive design. All of Stonewall’s websites – Stonewall Scotland, Stonewall Cymru and Young Stonewall – have also been integrated to sit across one site.

Stonewall has also recently added the tagline - Acceptance without exception, to its famous star logo, demonstrating its commitment to making real change to ensure everyone, everywhere is free to be themselves.

Content has also been refreshed to make the information engaging and clear, with new film and photo content to be developed to ensure the site is fully accessible. The new website now also hosts Stonewall’s expansive library of research and publications in a new format so they're easier to browse and download. 

The website also has a new section – Stonewall Says – to communicate the charity's view on news, recent trends and issues affecting LGBT people, as well as a spotlight on Stonewall volunteers to celebrate their achievements and demonstrate the benefits of volunteering as well as encouraging others to get involved.

As part of this commitment, Stonewall is strengthening its networks and developing deeper relationships with people from ethnic minorities, faith-based groups and those who live in rural communities to secure equality for all.

Stonewall’s website is used by a variety of audiences such as schools and corporate businesses working to create inclusive and accepting cultures; LGBT people and groups seeking legal guidance or information on support in their area; volunteers, donors and supporters looking for how to get involved; journalists looking for information and research on LGBT issues; and UK and international human rights activists looking for ideas and resources.